Lynn Anderson is a country singer who had a string of hits from the late 1960s through the 1980s on the Country and Pop/Rock charts. Her best known song include her energetic remake of "Rose Garden" (1971) which topped the Country charts and was previously a minor hit for Dobie Gray (1969). Her other songs include "You're My Man" (1971), "How Can I Unlove You" (1971), "Cry" (1972), "Top Of The World" (1973), and "What A Man, My Man Is" (1975). In 1966, Anderson debuted on the Country charts with "Ride, Ride, Ride."
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- Rose Garden 1970
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